Clinical Facials

Clinical Facials

The most advanced treatments for anti-aging

What are clinical facials?

Clinical facials are treatments that repair and reverse skin damage without any downtime or pain*. They differ significantly from your standard facial procedure because they are performed by a trained medical aesthetician.

What is a Vampire Facial?

What are the benefits of clinical facials?

Also known as a PRP facial, a Vampire Facial involves a combination of microneedling treatment followed by the addition of your own platelet rich plasma that is applied topically over the skin.  This treatment involves drawing a vial of your own blood, separating the plasma from the red blood cells and them reapplying the platelet rich plasma (PRP) to the treated area.  The PRP is absorbed into the thousands of microscopic channels resulting in a high concentration of growth factor.  These treatments help stimulate tissue regeneration, cell growth and college reproduction. 

Our clinical facials are the most advanced treatments that can help with the following:

  • Increasing elasticity
  • Tightening pores
  • Cellular renewal
  • Reducing fine lines & wrinkles
  • Smoother skin
  • Hydrating skin
  • Acne
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Correcting age and sun spots
  • Rosacea

Clinical facials offered at CosMedics:

  • Medical microdermabrasion
  • Meta-therapy
  • Chemical peels
  • Hydrolifting (hydrating) facial
  • Oxygenating (acne) facial
  • Algomask (sensitive, rosacea) facial
  • Sea C (brightening) facial
  • Collagen 90-II (anti-aging, restorative) facial
  • Botinol (Anti-Aging, Fine Lines + Wrinkles) facial 
  • Oxygeneo Facial (Exfoliate, Infuse, Oxygenate)
  • Microneedling Facial

What to expect during your clinical facial treatment

While it is possible to achieve healthy and glowing skin at home, many people turn to facials when they need some extra help. A clinical facial will work to cleanse your pores, exfoliate dead skin cells, and treat common skin concerns with a customized treatment. Each facial will begin with a consultation from your medical aesthetician to determine the right products for your skin type.

Before and after care

Some clinical facials require you to avoid using topical prescriptions 3 days prior to treatment. Following the treatment, we recommend avoiding wearing makeup for 24 hrs, excessive sweating, direct sunlight, and avoid resuming topical prescriptions creams for 48 hrs after the treatment.

Risks and common side effects

Clinical facial treatments may be more aggressive than a superficial treatment and it is best to avoid booking a facial within a couple days of a social event. Redness, irritation, breakouts, and drying are not uncommon side effects associated with facials, but these symptoms are generally temporary and only last a couple days.